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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1902)
TUT: OMAHA PATLY TXV.Ki S ATI TUP AY, MAIiCII 20, 1902.
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fill be taken ualll j m. for Ik
rdltloa and aatll n no p. aa.
or mnraliia; an4 Sanaay edltloa.
Ratee, 1 .2e word flrat laserttoa,
. rr thereafter. Notblaa; Itkti
for Ira thaa trie (or the flrat laser
la. Thee adrenlseaaeata it Urn
Tun use-eat Ively.
Advertisers, by resjaastlBar
er4l eheek, caa ha antrrer
Ire to brH letter la car
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f Th B. Ammri edaresae,! will
A' ANTED, position da bookkeeper nr as
sistant; cvrnpetnt; ' salary reasonable.
V M, Reo, A M."4 3Q
WANTED MALE UELt.
I SPRING TERM
: J of i
WILL OPEN "
TUESDAY, APRIL FIRST
; Apply today for nrw 1W1- Illustrated Cat.
glogue. Bumnees, Shorthand, Typewriting
ana EngllHn. Day and Evening Sessions.
N. Y. LIFk) BUILDING. -
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.WANTED, two or thfe men 16 wofk from
, our wagons) aiauy work and good pay.
C P. Adam Co., 10), Howard tit.
GOOD messenger, wasted; Increased pay.
A. V. T. Co.. 213 South 13th. B 614
13 FOR HALF A DAY'S WORK.
If you live in the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance
among tne farmers and stock raiser, in
; ttia neighborhood you can make to easily
s by four or live hours' work. Write ua
, and we will send you our proposition.
I 'l ne Bee Publishing Co., Solicitors' Depi.,
j Omaha, Neb, B M213
-WANTED, a. food man In tvery county to
i take subscriptions for the Twentieth
J century Farmer. Our agents make good
3 wages evvrywuere. rtetereuees required
i Auuress, iwenueia t-ent
ury 1- armer.
j vmsna, imcd.
;IREP.1E for civ. rrv, exam.; bk-kp.,
t etc rt. 15, Com. Nat.' Bk. Kathbun.
I .. .. B Ml6)
THREE or four good men wanted; tluu per
month. Call 62 1 Paxton block.
FREE shave and hair cut at Molpr's Bar
ber College, 1623 Farnam at., 3d Hour.
WANTED, salesmen to solicit Orders on a
new proposition by which you can eurn
JJ to $5 a day; young men from 23 to 2s
desired, who are hustlers and well recom
mended. Room 106, Omaha Bee blda.
HARNE8SMAKER wanted, at once. A.
Wolf, Logan, la. - B M164
WANTED, a Rood carpenter; steady work
for all summer. Address Jo. H-hlMir.
contractor. Ynlim NVh. uvux.
WANTED, painters at 8t. Louis for
world's fair work; $3.1) per-day. hour
13 Mim A7
i WANTED Men to leant barber trade;
5 can offer all the advantages, of free
1 clinic, steady practice, expert Instruc
I tlons, demonatrallons, etc; only two
i mcntha required; complete outfit of tools
1 iireentedj wages nnd shop experience
Baturdaya; diplomas grunted, ' positions
guaranteed; catalogue mailed free. Moler
Barber College, lUJi Farnam at.
1 b Mucks i
WANTED, ehlrt makers at Albert Cahn's,
Jl 8o. 14th. - -B M!4 2
TRINTER, to take charge of Job and ad
composition; nPed not be a preanman, but
must be flrst-clas Job compositor; good
wages. Address the York (Neb.) Repub
lican. B 24t !
WANTED, a competent and escperieticed
wholesale drua; prrT! Addres,"'lKlvlnB'
experience and references, . Ivman-Ellel
Drug Co., Minneapolis, Minn. B M27y 3
MAN living in Nebraska to travel; estab
lished busfness; experience unnecessary;
salary $18 per week and expenses; refer
ences; self-addressed envelope. E. Wlm
mer, room 201 Fontiac bldg., Chicago.
. B M.'ttf 29
WANTED, trustworthy person In each
county to manage business old established
house, solid financial standing; straight,
hnua-rtde weekly cash salary JIS, nld by
check each Wednesday, with all expenses,
direct from headiiuartesa; money ad
vanced for expenses. Manager, 84 Caxtnn
bide, Chicago. 11 M2
sg . .. 1 1 .
BAI.F.8MAN by long-established manufac
turer of flavoring extracts, splcea, baking
powder; give full experience; we oiTer to
hard workers good salary. Box 517. Chl
cago, HI. M2M) 2st
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED, two young lady students to
learn hairdresslug, (manicuring and chi
ropody and scientific massage. Call or
writ Room !.M, Bee Bldg. C CCS
COMPETENT girl for general housework
In family of three; good wages.
Howard St. - c 173 2U
WANTED, two young ladles to apprentice
In hairdresslug and manicuring. Call ,t
once, ZM Bee bldg. . C MS71
WANTED, girl for general housework.
1060 Georgia Ave. C87e
WANTED Ladles at once to learn halr
dresalng. manicuring and facial massage.
On account of the demand for our grad
uates we are making special Induce
ments; four weeks completes bv our
method of free clinic, expert instruc
tions, etc. Call or write teday. Moler
College, 1623 Farnam at. C M2o6 1
WANTED, experienced saleslady In silk
department. J. Brandel, A 8ons,
Boston Store. C 319
WANTED, experienced salesladies in mil
linery department; only those with years
of experience In tne salesroom need
apply; large salary paid. J. L. Brandeis
Sons, Boston Store, c 21S '
WANTED, nurse with some experience tor
cuna xo mos. oia. au. tnicBgo.
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
1U.4 park avenue. CM2b so
WANTED, alrl for general ' housewerk.
Inquire 140 N. J3d St. C SO 29
WANTED, a housekeeper for one man and
two girls, aged 1 and U years; middle,
aged woman preferred: good wages paid.
Address P. O. Bog 29, Foster, Neb.
C MJ7B tS
WANTED, 100 girl. M to 17. Canadian
Emp. Bureau; moved 14th aad Dodge.
. TeL W4. tOi All
HOI IF ,n clty- The O.
IlUUOCO y.. jjavia c. M Bee Bldg.
... D i
10-ROOM basement house, large lot, 2&lh
and Jackson, all modern. STju,
ic (-room house, itwc, aiUerinau av,.. U
1UUUCI II, l.VNI.
Q. E. TURKINQTOK, Bee.
SEVERAL houses or rent, II and up. Chris
Boyer, 22nd and Cuming Sa. Phona a,
, P All
EIGHT-ROOM, modern, except furnace. 1-3.
U. M. Naiilnger, Bldg. .'Phone 4al
ne block soma. Crelghton college. Harney
street car line., Clarke, Kama building.
. D-U4 Si
rOlt RENT, April . t-room house. lk and
.aiirorni sis., in nwurn, ui iuwi rv
tsir, large yarn.
i(e building. .
luquUa at Iu7 N. T.
HOC8ES and flat. fyngwait. Barkerblack.
HOUSES, store. Bemls. Fmxton block.
FOR RENT Drlrabl4' 4-room cottage.
inquire 1U Sa. Utbi lr-U If
UOL'BES, ate. r. D.- Wad..4Ui tnugla.
TAYNB. BU8TWICK CO., Ul N. T. Life.
The Spring Term
Begins Tuesday morning, April 1st.
New classes In all departments.
On the southwest corner of Seventeenth
and Douglas sts. It was built by the late
Henry Punrit as his home and la one of
the best constructed as well as one of the
finest hous.'j in Omaha. It Is built entirely
of brick and stone, stone steps, and slat
roof. It Is finished In the choicest of hard
woods, has hard wood floors. Imported
English rile floor In the reception hall,
electric lights, porcelain bath, laundry
with stationary wash tubs, large pantry,
china and lln.n closets, cedar lined woolen
beside the basement, containing laundry,
storage rooms, store room, cellar and wine
cellar; also large, high attic store room
separated from the servants' rooms. It
also has large veranda, enclosed as a sun
parlor, equipped with tteam heat.
Electric Light and
as the house Is connected with the heat.
Ing and lighting systems Of The Bee
building. For further Information call on
CHARLES C, ROSEWATER, SECY.
THE BEE BUILDING CO.,
Room 100 Bee Buildlug. Telepnone 238
TO MOVE Aght get Omaha Van Storage
CO. ; office lJUVs Farnam, or Tela. Iuu9-fct&
MODERN 4 and 6-room flats. Tlsard. 220
N. 23d St. D M728 Il
POSITIVELY the most modern dwelling In
Omaha for rent April 1, rooms, $35. 2411
Hamilton St. DM15 l
VANS and baggag wagons. Tel. 1195.
8IX-ROOM houae, lawn, shade. Tel. A-254S.
FOR RENT April 1, S-room brick, mod
em. (18 North 23d. Inquire at 320 North
23d. D 847
COTTAGE- AND FOUR ACRES.
FOR RENT, cottage and 4 acres, north
of Cut Off lake; 17 per month.' A. P.
Tukey fend Son, 444-445 Board of Trade.
FOR RENT, elegant 8-room modern brick
home. 549 So 26th avenue. i0.
8-room modern frame residence, 861 North
391 h et, $25.
-room modern frame residence and barn,
KSW Blnney St.. $30. .
$-room modem frame residence, J05O Wool
worth avenue, $26
7-rOom brick modern residence, 2428 Ersklne
St., I1B. 13 KKN NAN -LOVE CO.,
309 So. ISth St.
D M261 $
2S BURT, rooms nnd bath, $1: 3221 Har
ney, S rooms, modern, $35. Others. Ring
wait Bros., Barker blk. D MOT
SIX-ROOM modern flat. 101 Pacific st.,
Charles Hanley. D M278 4
FOR RENT, a-room modern detached
house, newly papered and painted, $30.
2621 Capitol Ave. Tel. $73. B. II. Roblson.
POR REST FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, 18th and Farnam,
. . E-tteS .
HOUSEKEEPING, other rooma. Ml a. 20.
E M4O0 At
LIGHT housekeeping rooma. 816 S. 18th.
E M389 Al
FURNISHED rooms for rent 1$17 Cass.
8 NICE rooms, housekeeping. 111$ S. 11th st.
FURNISHED front room for two gentle
men, 1613 Jackson. E M250 $0
WELL furnished rooms, 2011 Harney st. .
E M24 80
FRONT and back parlors. $11 8. toth st.
E M247 0
FURNISHED or unfurnished- front room.
2550 Harney. E M24 80
SMALL front room for two gentleman, $7;
also on for $10. 171$ Cass St. E 270 80
FIRSISIIED ROOMS AND BOARD.
NICE home for young men. lot 8. 15th St.
ROOMS and board. Olencatrn, $609 Douglas.
STEAM heated room with board. 19US
Capitol Ave. F 4iS
FOR RENT Nicely furnished, steam heated
rooms, with or without board. Midland
hotel, 16th and Chicago St. F 30
ROOMS "Th Farnam," Uth and Farnam.
THE ROSE. $ Harney, rooms with board.
FURNISHED rooms and board: referen
. ces. 2oi N. 19. F 2bl 80
FURNISHED room, with board. 2118 Grace
St. F M278 4
FURNISHED room and board for two.
27"7 Farnam St. P M 271 Jl
FOR RENT I NFl RNlsnED ROOMS.
DESK room space, $5 par month, ground
floor roam In The Be building, facing
Farnam street; ne expense for light, beat
or Janitor service. R. C. Peteis A Co
Rental Agents, Be Building. G 116
AUtMl WAN 1 ED.
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county t solicit subscriptluns to TUB
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment with assured good
income. Agaate In the country wltfe
horse and buggy especially desireC Can
vassers make easily $u to I HO per month.
Address, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bu-
' reau, be Building, Otnaha. Hi
AGENTS wanted, either Sex) my plan
shows how you may Increase your Income
without any capita, outtlt at previous ex
perience; my plan doe not Interfere with
any occupation you may be engaged In.
because no one need know you are my
representative: If you are out ot work
you can earn $100 per month working for
me: you can k-arn how to work for me
successfully In Ave mlnutea' time and the
work la strictly honorary, legitimate and
permanent. Addresa W. M. GrlrAn. hey
li4. Fort Wayne, lnd., for free particu
lars. I do not want on penny of your
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.-
FCR RENT The building formerly aeeu.
fled by The B el $16 i arnaca St. It has
, lour etorlee and a basement which was
formerly used as The Bee press robni.
Thle will be rented very reasons biy. if
1 Interested apply at one to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, reu 100. Be building.
STORE, $4x50. :u$ Lavnworth St.
FOn RET gTORES AMI OFFICF..
FOR RENT Stor In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. C. Peters ft
to., grouna noor, tie King
PACIFIC Storag and Warehouse Co., 911
$14 Jones, general storage and forwarding.
OM. Van Stor. Co., 16UH Farn. Tela lSSf '-A
MAQGARD VAN CO. Telephone H9
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED at once, Idhnnd furniture, car
pets, for St. Louis Expo. Tel. 771, or
notify Levlne's Furn. Store, 3u6 N. 16th.
i N 151 A7
FOR quick sales list with F. D. Wead, loi't
Douglas St. N M2-J4 A2
POR SALE FIRNITIRE.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
$020. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O t&J
HIGH-GRADE furniture for R-room house
will be sold at auction Monday, March 31,
at 10 a. m. 3Z!1 Harney st. O M252 30
VOO SAT .IT Hnv.,.l ..llnl.. nnl,,rfn .
fin bookcase, hat rack, gentleman's bi
cycle, some furnltur. Chickerlng piano.
lNOd Chicago St. Inlulre mornings or
evenings. O 1J2 30
FOR SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
10-PA88ENOEH carry-all, newly painted
and upholstered. Wra. Burg, 1446 Sher
man Av. P li'7
FOR repair work on light and heavy
wagons se Frost, 14th and Leavenworth.
1 P 633
FOR SALE, buggies, phaetons, carriages,
runabouts, new ana second-hand, at cut
prices; must sell to make room; It Is no
cheap work, but good work cheap; we do
- painting, trimming, repairs and put on
rubber tires. Wm. Pfelfcr Carriage Works,
- 27th and Leavenworth. Tel. 1.US.
. , P-M507 A13
RUBBER-TIRED coupe, newly painted,
liw; glass aide rockaway, $125; six family
carriages, $45 to $75 each; wagons. Drum
mond Carriage Co., W.h and Harney.
POR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FIR timbers for bouse movers, etc., 40 to 71
test; cribbing and hog lence. 9ul Douglas.
JDHAND safs cheap. Derlght. 1119 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
FOR SALE Phonographs, superior tu any
other musical Instrument; $o up. Th
Wlttman Co., 1621 Farnam. Q 640
IDHAND safs Chjeap. Schwarta, 114 S. 13th.
SAMPLE piano, eastern manufacture, fully
wan-anlMl t a l.uruu I n U iw ... jil M
, " . .WW.M 'H, JU1..
Cagua Bldg. Q 4H8
100 STYLES trusses, catalogue free. Sher
man dt McConneil Drue Co., 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. Q 641
WIRE fenc for poultry, hog, lawn and
yard, bitch posts, tree guards. Wire
Works, 617 Bo. 16th St. Tel. 1590,
FOR 8 ALE Scholarship In an Omaha
shorthand school, cheap. Inquire 238 Be
Bldg. . Q M968
BICYCLES, phonographs and supplies.
Omaha Bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago Sts.
FLESCHER sells bicycles. 1622 Capitol Ave.
$10,000 92J-8S4 Douglas, formerly Lauer
. Bros., or rent; 924 also seven living rooms
upstairs. Mrs. Kuhlman. 3526 North 27th.
Q 120 A6
FOR BALE New National cash register
No. 92. Perfect condition. Cost $325. J.
C. Huteson & Co., Wholesale Opticians,
118 South 16th St. J 645
FOR SALE cheap, one night scholarship
In. one of the leading business colleges.
Address W 49, Bee office. Q 222 2.S
FINE, 6-paasenger, rubber-tired, open car
Extension leather-top, $-seated carriage,
rubber-tired, used times,- $175.
20 other phaetons, surreys and carriages.
DRUMMOND CARRIAGE CO.,
18th and Harney.
LUMBER, brick and flr brick from
Grant's plant at 11th and Paul Sts.
Q 262 80
FOR SALE.' latest model Smith-Premier
typewriter, brand new; rare bargain- W
56, Bee, . Q M?67
GROUND wheat, 90c per 100; salt, $1.20 per
bbl. Wagner'a Feed Store. 19U9-11 Cuming
at. R MS60
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, $1$ North 16th.-
MMB. GYLMER, genuine palmist, 815 8. 15.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. U, f f floor, R.$
T M160 A7
MASSAGE Manicuring ; 1615 Howard, flat
A. T M521 29
PRIVATE hospital, before and during con.
finement; babies adopted, 2306 Grant St.
Mrs. Oardels. TeL F-1183. U 647
DR. ROY, chiropodist, corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. R. li,
Frenstr Block. U 648
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 15, 2d floor, r. I
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring and chiro
pody, for ladies only. In connection with
The feathery, 216-220 Bee Bldg. U 285
RUPTURE permanently cured In 80 to 60
days: send for circular. O. S. Wood. M.
D 621 New York Lif Bldg., Omaha, Neb
ACCORDION pleating, cheapest, best and
quickest. Mrs. A, C. Mark. 17 & Douglas.
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 162$ Doug
CHIROPODY a specialty. In connection
with l ne uamary, rooms iis-s
-220 Bee B!dg.
LIEBEN. theatrical, masquerade costumer.
1018 Farnam. U 660
SHAMPOOING and hairdresslng, f5c. In
connection with The Bathery, 216-220 Be
building. Tel. 1716. U-661
PRIVATE home for ladles before and dur.
Ing confinement; bn:a adopted. 2630
Burdens. Mrs. BurgJT. U 444 All
Mtddlemlss, wall paper cleaner. TeL 17S9.
RUPTURE CURED, $28; no pain, detention
from business; send for circulars. Empire
Rupture Cur Co., 932 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Omaha. U M273
OMAHA Dy Works, H17 Howard, th
fashionable cleaners of ladles' and gen
tlemen's dresses and suits, lac curtains,
draperies. U M72$ 31
A PERFECT FIGURE.
A perfect figure may be gained by a new
system of development. The chest er all
hollow or slighted parts are tilled out and
mad beau tit ui iu contour. Special treat
ments for developing the entire form.
Harmless, future inipotalble. The per
sonal attention of form and face special
ists until development Is entirely .com
pleted. Th only helpful and harmlees
method at the New Hygiene Balhery, lt
Be Bid;;. Consultation free.
If a m' In lov that's his business.
If the gill's In love thet's her business.
. If they get married that's their buslnesai
But if ne amokes that's our business.
W recommend tbe famous
STOECKER'S CIGAR. -
Its Savor Is conducive to hsppiness.
. AV. f. bTOECKER CIGAR CO.
GO TO The Ooldman Pleating Co. for all
, kinds of pleating. Their new machinery
enables them to do better, cheaper,
aulcker work thaa aver before. J Doug
. las block. LVM214
FLi-SCHEIt will tx your bicycle rlsat
BOARD WANTED for a little girl $ years
old In rellned Christian family where
there are no small children; no board
ing house. Mrs. A. D. Man. Umalia
Bee. U Mi7 2'J'
BECK A CO., wall paper cleaners: Tel. 717.
' U-M213 AK
ELITE PARLORS. 615 8. Mth St., 3d floor.
VIAVI. woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet free. 316 Bee bldg,
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans, bonds and warrants.
George & Company, 1601 Farnam street.
4Vfc PER CENT on business property,
t per cent on retddence property. '
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE. 401 S. 15th St.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. R. C. Peters di Co., I7v2
Farnam St., Bee Bldg. W CoS
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
eatate. Brennan-Love Co., 3t9 South 13th.
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H.
Thomas, 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. lets.
4Vi TO 6 P. C. money. Bemls, Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood. 937 N. Y. U
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas.
, W 664
I PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., leot
Farnam. W 65
$300. $r.00 AND $1,000 private money, 1. 8, $
or S years, on eastern Nebraska farms or
well located cottages in Omaha. W. L.
Eelby, Board of Trade Bldg. W 918
THE OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 Douglns
st., upstairs, small homes, building lots;
private money to loan on easy t.-rms.
FOR SALE, choice mortgage loans. Oarvln
Bros., 1604 Farnam at., Omaha. W M974
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WE make loans on Furniture,
Pianos, Horses, Wagons, Carriages
and other chattels.
without mortgage to persons who
lave permanent positions. You can
get the money on very short notice
and pay It back in one month, or
keep It longer, and pay for It only
what time you keep it. We are
leaders In low rates, quick and con
fidential service Snd courteous
treatment. We Invite comparisons
of rates, time, payments, etc. We
give you the full amount of the
LOAN In cash. W always "try to
OMAllA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 2295.
(Established 1892.) 806 So. 16th St.
STOP THAT COLLECTOR'S CALLS
By seeing us today in our private
HAE YOUR INDEBTEDNESS IN
where you can pay easily.
Every $1 paid off loan reduces cost.
"SALARY IX3ANS ON PLAIN NOTES"
to male or female emnloyes.
No one need ever know.
No mortgage. No Indorser. No publicity.
A little help at the right time often sets a
man on his feet. .
Wise people wi'.! at least call and. Inquire
about our terms and rates.
You save money when you borrow 6f
"THE BIG CO." -We
offer a money-saving chance. .
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.. Third Floor.
Room $03. Paxton Block. X 735
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
sters, boarding houses, etc.. without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 offices In nrln
clpal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of -Trade
Bldg. .. X-468
FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORBE; ETC..
LOANS. "Absolutely without, "removing
goods." Written guarantee given to 'this
effect. AMERICAN LOAN COtJ1 Room
Sid. Paxton Block. X 469
FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, ETC,
LOANS. "Absolutely without removing
goods." Written guarantee given to this
effect. AMERICAN LOAN CO.. Room
$0$. Paxton Block. X 730
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business confidential; lowest rates.
614 Paxton block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on furniture, live stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people, Foley Loan
Co., auc. to Duff Green. 8 Barker Blk.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture.' lew
elry, horses, cows, etc C. F. Reed, 819 8 13.
LOANS on CHATTEL and SALARIES.
J. W. TAYLOE, 633 Paxton block.
TO GET In or out of business cat! on Wil
liams, Room 111, McCague building;,
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick communi
cate with one who has the customers. J.
H. Johnson. 843 N. Y. Life. 'Phone L-2270.
FOR SALE) or trade, my entire livery
stock, at a bargain. Address W. C.
Utterback, Ogden Livery, Council Bluffs.
A BARGAIN. SIS.fXiO to $15,000 general
stock, best part Oklahoma, cheap for
cash, Willis at Co., Emporia! Kan.
EVERETT, WASH., the greatest, growing,
hustling city on the Pacific coast; more
than doubled her population In two years.
Our Investments are conservative and
safe. If you want bargains call on or ad
dress Everett Investment Company. .
FOR SALE, the best hardware stock In
the best agricultural seetlon of Iowa;
large annual trade; stock will Invoice
about $10,000; profits large; muat close up
an estate Interest the only reason for
selling. Addresa V 40, Bee. Y 51126
WANTED, small stock of hardware doing
a good, profitable business. Give par
ticulars. LoeV Box 61, Logan, la.
NEW grocery, with fixtures, at a discount.
Address W 48, care llee. Y 191 81.
A DIVIDEND PAYER..
A DIVIDEND PAYER.
Millions have been and will be made out of
the great Texas oil field. BIRMINGHAM
BEAUMONT OIL AND TRANSPOR
TATION COMPANY'S SHARES, sell.
Ing at 15 cents each, are considered a
splVndld security for both small and large
Investors. Thl, company has a produc
tion of 20.000 barrels of oil per day, and
la an operating and marketing concern.
A DIVIDEND OF 6 PER CENT WAS
DECLARED by Its directors, pavable
April 15, 19u2. This company Is one ot th
first money-makers on Spindle Top, and
Its holdings are very valuable. We urge
you to send us Vour order Immediately,
before this valuable stock advances, and
ehar In this dividend. Fifteen dollars
, buys 100 shares. Send for prospectus.
Letters cheerfully answered.
MECHEM. CAMERON CO,.
Suite E. 42 Wall Street, New York.
FOR BALE, easy terms, small rash pay
ment, balance monthly, my entire livery
stock, hacks and hearse; excellent chance
to atep Into good paying business. W. C.
Utterback, Ogden barn. Council Kluffg. la.
FOR SALE, a first-class laundrv outfit, and
laundry room for rent, reasonable. Apply
iu ju. . r raiica, Miuiana noiei.
WILL exchange pood oak wardrobe for
folding bed. N 49. Bee. Z M510
WILL exchange large general stock mer
chandise for good real eatate. . Box 243,
Frankfort, lnd. Z M27J
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
I HAVE cuatomers for cottages and small
properties for homes; give me descrip
tion, u. a.. . uraingiun, ie.
- . BE M799
FOR SALE. $00 acres fine alfalfa land, all
under cultivation, sis miles of stock
yards, f t o acre. Clarke, Ramge block.
Kt- 15s 31
FOR SAI.K REAL EKTATR.
Ft R SALE, fine alfalfa farm. 17.0 crs.
rspllllon vsllry, Rock Island trackige,
ten seres timber, tine water, three mlls
south stork yards. $75 per sore; big bar
gain. Clarke, Hamge building
RE 136 SI
A CHOICE home, built of pressed brick.
Interior beautifully finished, square mo
saic tiled hall, porcelain bath, steam heat,
barn, carriage housv, shade trees, large
lot 5 feci front; very fine residence loca
tion; close In; this property cost the for
nier owner over lls.npo and can be sold
at a derided largaln for cash. Wm. K.
Potter, receiver Omaha Loan and Trust
Co., 3v3 Brown Blk P.E M113
SEVEN clear lots for sale on 3nth and
Pratt Sts., In L. P. Hammond's addition
to Omaha; lots 11 tft 17, block 2. Addreas
S. Hanson, 1015 Boone St., Boone, la.
BUY best house paints, varnishes, ete.
Quality highest; prices lowest. National
Oil & Paint Co., 1015 Jones St.
RE M53S A14
PAYNE. BOSTWICX & CO., 601 N. Y Life.
A la rue modern mansion of 16 rooms, cen
trnlly located, In excellent condition,
newly pMpered and painted, two bath
rooms, two large lots, with handsome
sbade trees. This place would make an
Ideal home, or It Is suitable for a hos
pital or sanitarium. The owner Is anxious
to sell at once.
The Omaha Realty Company,
1301 Douglas St., Upstairs.
FOR a 13 per cent Investment In rental
property or choice trackage see William
L. Munroe, 811 N. 16th St. RE MS19
GEORGE G. WALLACE, real estate, mort-
gages, rentals, insurance, mown block.
COLORADO ranch lands, homesteads,
school section 'cases. D. W, Irwin. Ak
ron. Colo. RE-M179 A8
HOUSES and lots In all parts ot city; also
sere property ana rnrm tanas, me u. P.
uavis co., rtoom boz, tie Building,
THE OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 Douglas
St., upstairs, email nouses ror sale: cheap
building lots. Call for catalogue and price
Ut. Private money to loan on easy
terms. RE M584
NEW Snow-Church Co., 4th floor N. Y.
Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Largest law,
collection and real estate agency In th
world. Associate banks attorneys and
real estate brokers In every county In the
United States and cities of forelsn coun
tries. RE 676
FARMS! FARMS! FARMS!
For bargains In farm property go to
O'NeiU'r Real Estate Agency, South
Omaha. RE 680
RANCH and farm lands for sate by th
Union Pacific Railroad company. B. A.
McAUester. land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
RE 677 '
HOUSES, lots, farms, ranches, loans: also
Am Inaiif.nn. P.ml. I1 t n n niii.k
IF YOU want on of the nicest 8-room
homes in Manecom Place I will give you
3 bargain. Owner left city. Must soil.
. H. Sherwood, 937 N. Y. L. Bldg.
TO TRADE, for Nebraska land or first
mortgage on land, 40 acres land, water
power grlHt mill, two sets buildings. In
Vst,.l nnnnlV Patin.vllTDn . K Mfl
For sale, restaurant, eastern Nebraska, do
ing business or 400 per month. Price,
81.000. A snao.
Fine Improved farms In Thayer county,
$25 to $35 per acre.
Farms In Buffalo county, $15 to $30 per acre.
Bend for my list.
W. II. GRASSMEYER, Kearney, Neb.
HE M 230 10
FOR SALE, hay land In Holt county, Neb.;
4W acres t miles snutn ot Atkinson, close
to cheap range, yields 450 tons choice hay
per annum; a splendid location for stock;
brlce, $6,500: $3,000 cash, balance to suit
purchaser; 7 per cent Interest. Address
lock box 814, Atkinson, Neb.
RE M228 All
BEAUTIFUL country home, 20 acres, large
Diuininps, lawns ana garaens, snade trees
and fruit orchard: would make 3 to 6
years' lease to good party. One, mil from
Hanscom park, on paved street.
N. Y. I, Bldg. TeL 814.
RE 196 30
FOR SALE, 820 acres of land three miles
of Ainsworth: 120 hay land, 160 of pas
ture: 40 In cultivation, all fenced; .good
4-room house, stable for 12 horses, good
sheds, good well snd mill; price, $15 per
acre. Inquire J. C. Debott. Ainsworth,
Neb. RE M345 !
8 ACRES good garden land 4 miles north
or pnatomoe, on the bottoms, ror stsofio.
W. H. Gates, 618 N. Y. Life. . RE-264 30
DO YOU WANT TO DOUBLE YOUR
MONEY WITHIN NINETY DAYS?
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE!
Four lots on 42d St., between Farnam and
Dodge, tirst-ctass neignrtornood, paved
street, stone walks within half block,
only two short blocks from Farnam
street motor, 8 minutes' ride from 15th
and Farnam. Just the place for several
nice 6 and 6-room cottages. These lots
are cheap today at $700 to $S00 each. We
can offer all four lots Saturday for $1,350.
If vou want them telephone 1169.
HICKS, 326 BOARD TRADE RLDO.
RE M 266 29
DR. PRIES, the acknowledged leading
specialist in dlt-eases of women In Omaha,
' would call the attention of suffering
ladles to his unsurpassed accommodations
before and during confinement, and his
treatment for Irregularities, no matter
what cause. Call or address, with stamp.
Dr. Pries. Arlington Block. 1513 Dodge,
P. MEI.CHOIR, 13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. make a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Andreen, Prop., 102 So. 10th 8L
GRAND Electrlo Co., 16 ft Jackson. Tel. ZS46
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
Promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
Ith and Lake streets. 379
STAMMER INQ AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bldg.
DIAMOND crescent and star pin. Reward
If returned to Mrs. Chas. A. Hull, Madi
son Hotel. Lost 361 tu
LOST, lady's pocketbook. Initial "A" on
outside, on 16th. between Douglas and
Monro's store. . Return to 1414 Chicago
and reeclve reward. Ist M2S1 2S
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG Shorthand. Ora. C. Col., 16th A Doug
A. C. VAN BANT'S schooL T17 N. Y. life.
BOYLES college, court reporter prlnclpsl.
N. Y. Ufe. -6aS
NEB. Business A Shorthand College, Bov.f,
NOW Is the time of the season for you to
Jet your new or second-hand bicycle; the
urges i and beat stock lu the city to se
lect from at Flescher's, 1623 Cap. av.;
pest equippea repair snop in tne west.
CHOICE FARM LOAN FOR SALE.
U. C. Pfc-'I LKS Sc CO.,
THE GARDENERS protect old age aa well
as life. Charter members free. Partlru.
lars from Frank Rosewater, surera
I tuKbkgcr, 223 be Bld..
FRUIT, shade and ornamental trees, vines,
shtubs, roses, small fruits, etc. Address,
omkha Nursery, I'apllllun, Neb.
TREES. Haiel Dell Nursery, 2o N ?4 l
TREE trimming bv experienced men. Ad
dress Chas. Deetclhorst, 'H Cass St.,
Omaha. Neb. 972 29
GID E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths
Suite 51a N. Y. Ufa bldg. Tel. 1664.
DR. A. T. HUNT. 613 McCague Bldg. TeL
3352. " -S4
DR. MRS. MU8ICK. Douglas Blk. Tel. 213.
OMAHA Steam Laundry ; shirts. 8c; collars,
2c; cuffs, 4c. 1750 Leavenworth. Tel 547.
IN FAMILIES or at home. Miss Sturdy,
g"t2 Fe-nam, 946 A3
MONROE Coal and Fsed Co. 'Phone 971.
. 114 A4
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleaa
cesspools ana vaults, removes garbage s
dead animals at reduced prices, 621 N. 16.
WRITE for agents' prices; ball-bearing
Wheeler-Wilson. C. A. Lyman, state
agent, Lincoln, Neb. MD49 At
TRUNKS, traveling bags, suit cases; trunks
repaired. Urn. Trunk Factory, WM Farnam.
OM. Elec. Clean. Wks., $221 N. 20, tel. 1659.
47B A 4
OMAHA Hay Bala Tie Co., 811 North 16th.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners, 1424 8. 13th.
STAMPS, COINS, ETC.
BOUGHT Omaha Stamp Co., $09 8. 13th.
FRENCH. Spanish, fencing. 336 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Plating Co., Be Bldg. Tel. 2"35.
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
L. LECLUSE, florist Blooming and pot
pian i. ibio viniuo si. isi. zsmr .
WILL sell my Oliver typewriter cheap for
casn. vv , cee. 143 a
SMITH-PREMIER typewriter for sale or
ri'in i-iifHii. ei, i-iee. Mini !i-
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; ail business connaentiai. iwi Douglas.
NATURAL stone, cement, brick. Welshan's
Mantel and xne Co., 3"U S. 17th. Tel. W.
FOR RENT FARMS.
40 ACRES, with house, barn, etc., within
or mues oi postomce. uemis, paxton
What Shall Be
the standard, quality or price?
Cheap dentistry means cheap
work. Below a certain sum
good work can not be done
nor good material supplied.
Bailey th Demtiit,
31M Paaiu Block,
16th and Farnam Its.
Lady attendant. Phone lost.
d d a a
(Should be read dally by all Interested,
as changes may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week endlne- March
29, li)U2, will close (PROMPTLY Inallcasesi
at the General Postomce as follows: PAR-
CKLB POST alAILn close ONE HOUR
EARLIER than closing time shown below,
Parcela post malls for Germany will close
at 6 p. m. Monday, per s. s. K. Wm. der
Grosser and Friday per a. s. Moltka.
Regular and Supplementary malls close
at Foreign Branch half hour later than
closing time shown beiow (except that
Supplementary Malls foe Europe and Cen
tral America, via Colon, cms oue hour
later at Frreign Branch). . .
Saturday At $:3o a. m. for Europe,
rr s. s. Campania via Queeiistown; ut
a. m. for ITALY direct, per s. a. K. M.
Theresla (mail must be directs;! "per s. s
K. M. Theresla"); at 7:30 a. m. for
NETHERLANDS direct, per s. . Ryn
dam (mall must be directed "per a. s.
Ryndarn "); at 8:30 a. m. for SCOTLAND
direct, tier s. s. Furnessla (mall must be
directed "per s. s. Furnessla"); at 11 a. m.
for DENMARK dliect. per s. s. Norge
(mall must be directed "per a. s. Norge' ).
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial pa
pers and Samples for Germany only. The
same class of mall matter for other parts
of Europe will not be sent by this ship
unlers specially directed by It,
After tbe closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls above named, ad
ditional Supplementary Mails are opened
on th piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and re
main open until within Ten Minutes of
the hour, of sailing of steamer.
Malls for Soath aad CeatraJ Asuerlca,
Weal Indies, Eto.
SATURDAY At 8 a. ra. for BERMUDA,
per a. s. Pretoria; at 9 a. m, for POKTO
RICO, per s. s. San Juan via Ban Juan;
at 9 a. m. (supplementary 9:80 a. m. for
CURACAO and VENEZUELA, per s. s.
Zulia (mall fur Savanllla and Cartagena
must be dtrected "per s. s. Zulla'i: st
9:80 a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. ra.) for
FOKTUNB ISLAND. JAMAICA, 8A-
VANILLA, CARTAGENA and GREY
TOWN, per s. s. Athos (mall for Costa
Rica must be directed "per s. s. Athos");
at iv a. m. iur iuua, per a s. Morro
Castle via Havana: at 1 P. m. for ARGEN
. TINE. URUGUAY and PARAGUAY, per
a. a. AiKuan
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Sydney, and thence by steamer, close
at this offic da.lv st 6:10 p. m. (connecting-
close here every Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday). Mails for
Mlquelon, by rail ta Hoelun. and thence
by steamer, clone at this office dally at
6 30 p. m.- Malls for Cuba, by rail to
r loriaa, ano - ineno ay steamers, are
dispatched dally, final eonnecting closes,
for dispatch via fort lampa. on Sun
days at 0 h. as., Wednesdays and
Fridays. lt.30 a. m ; for dispatch via
Miami, on Mondays and Fridays al 11:30
p. m. nana tor Mexic city, overland,
. unless specially addressed for dispatch
by stecmer, close at this office daily ex
Sumla.xs at l:m p. m. and ii:. o. in.
Mails fur Costa Kb-A, Heine, Tuerto
C"Me aid titm L'tiiHla, by rail to New
Orleans, nn.l thence by steamer, close
at this olll.e uallv except Sunday at
"l:3u p. m., Mjnilays at "I i) p. m. (cou-nei-tln
closes lure Mondays lor Ite!le,
Pm-i'io Cortes a id Ouatemiila, and Tues
das for Costa Rl.ai. "Krgi.itered mail
i-iuxca at 6. M p. iu. previous da).
ln!!s for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here d;illy at 6 1 p. m. up to March
'.'4, inclusive, for dispatch per A a. Ala-
Malls for Hawaii, China Japan and Phil-
II pine isl.uiutt, via San Francisco, close
here ilrtlly at 6:30 p. m. tip to Match 24
Im-lti.uve, for dispatch per a s. City 01
Malls lor Australia (except West Australia,
which goes via Europo and New
y.culanil. which n,"cs via :.n r'ranclscoi,
and FIJI Island, via Victoria, 14. ('., clo,
here dally at : p. m. alter March
and up to March 2H. Incluiihe, for dis-
I'livv-ii 1 1.. t. Ai'iaujti.
Mail.! for Hawaii, Japan and China (slso
it-iier man ana specially auuressen peri
odicals lor the I'hllippino Islands) via
Snn FraviEci-. cirr? here dally at 6:'
p. in. tip to April "3, Inclusive, fo dls-
Malls lor Australia (except West Australia,
ni h in lorwurocn ia r.-iropri, New
Ztalard. Fiji, Samoa and Hawaii, via
tan Francisco close here dally at 6 30
p. m. after March ) and up to April
5. Inclusive, or on itrrivj! of s. a.
Lucaiiia, due at New York April for
dispatch per s. s. Sierra.
Mulls for Chine and Japan, via Victoria.
11 C, close here daily at 6:30 p. m. up to
April N, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s.
Empress of Japan (rcslstered mall must
be directed "via Victoria, H. C." Mer
chandise for the U. 8. Poftsl Agency at
Shanghai cannot be torwimk-d via Can
mi , 1
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via Sen
r rn neisi-11, close ucre nany si s:jo p. m.
up to April 11, Inclusive, for dlsimU-U
per U. 8. transport.
Malls for Tahiti and Marquesas Islands,
via Sun Francisco, ciose here daily at
8:30 p. m. tip to April Inclusive, for
dispatch per s. s. Austrull.i.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster
Postodlce, New York, N. Y., March 21, 1902.
(iUVKKVMEM' NO 11(1"..
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE
STORES Ollli-e of I'lirchtislnir Commis
sary, Omaha. Neb., March 2.', i:i2. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, for furnishing
hums, diy salt cure, In tierces, will be re
ceived at this otili-e and at the offices or
the purt basing commissary. U. 8. army, at
Kansas City, Mo., and Chicago, 111., until
11 o'clock a. m. Wednesday. April !, 19U2, at
which time and places they will be pub
licly opened. Articles of domestic produc
tion or manutneture will be prerereil to
those of foreign origin, cost und quality
being equal. Specifications as to riuanti
tiea. date and nlares nf di llverv. blank tiro-
poKals and further Information furnished
on application to either ollice. Envelop-s
containing pioposalM should be indorsed
"Prouosala lor Subsistence Stores to be
opened April 9th, 1!i2," nnd addressed to
Wm. R. urove, captain. Commissary, Pur
chasing Commissary, Omaha, Neb.
IAILWAY TIME CARD.
UNION STATION 10TII AND MARC Y.
Chicago. Rock Island Pacta.
Des Moines and Dav-
ennort Local a 7:35 am a 9:35 cm
Chicago Express bll:15 am a ft:Os pm
Des Moines Local a 4:00 pm bll.50 am
Chicago Fast Express.. a 4:36 pm a 1.35 pm
Des Moines, Lock Is
land and Chicago a 7:40 pm a 8:25 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 4:15 pre
Colorado, Oklahoma t
Texas Flyer a 5:20 pm a 9:50 am
Kansas Cliv Night Ex..al0:3) pm a 615 nm
St. Louis Flyer a 8:10 pm all: la am
Chicago Express a 7:20 sm 6:10 DB
Chicago, Minneapolis St
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a 8:0i am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express o f;w am Dio:as pm
Chicago Express ai0:35 pm
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 7:30 pit
Fast Mull... , a 8:5o am a 3:25 pm
California Express a 4:25 Dm
Pacific Express all:3opra
Eastern Express a 4:3$ pm
Atlantic b.x press a 7:00 are
Ltncoln-Sti omsburg Ex.b 4:05 pm bl'J:0 pre.
Grand lslund Local b 6:30 pm b 9:35 am
Clticaito .V Kurlhiieitern.
"The Northwestern Line."
Chicago Special a 7:10 am all:20 pm
Chicago Passenger. .....a 4:15 pm a 8:00 am
Eastern r.xpress ,.aiv:t6 am a 4:us pre
Kuwtern Special a 4:55 pm a 4:05 pre
Fast Mail a 8:00 pin a 2:40 pre
Omaha-Chicago L t d... 7:45 pm a 9:20 am
East Mall a s:u am
Cedar Rapids Pass..... a 6:80 pm
Twin City Express a 7:15 am al0:2o pm
Twin City Limited a 7:55 pm a 8:40 am
Sioux City Local a $:15 am a 8:64) pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 1STII WEBSTER
Fremont, Elkhorn A Missouri Valley.
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Hot Springs a 3:00 pm a 5:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d $:00 pm e 5:00 pm
iiastings, 1 ora, javio
City, Superior, Oeneva,
Exeter and Seward b 8:00 nm h 1:00 nm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fi-emont o 7:so am bl0:25ars
Fremont Local o 7:30 am
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water, b 4:10 pm a 10:23 an
Chlcauo, SI. Paul, Minneapolis v
Twin City Passenger... 6:80 am a 9:18 pm
Emerson Local b t:30 pm b 8:4$ am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, a Bin.
daonly. d Dally exoept Saturday, Dally
Chicago, Milwaukee t St. Paul.
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 8:05 air
Chicago c Omaha Ex...b 7:14 am b 3:40 pm
St. Louis Express al0:00 am a 6:2$ pre
K. C. at St. L. Express.. alOisO pm a $.15 an
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express a 5:15 pm a 8:20 are
St. Louis Local, Council
Bluffs a 10:00 am al0:S0 pro
BURLINGTON STATION IOTH MASON
Chicago, Burlluglea A ttalaey.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am alO 20 pm
Chicago Vesttbuled Ex.a 4:00 pm a 7:15 am
Chicago iooai ; a :w am a :ua pm
Chicago Limited a 7.40 pm a 7:46 am
Fast Mall a 1:44)
l.urllnaton A Mlseourl Hlr.
Wymore, Beatrice and ,
Lincoln a 6:40 am bll:5S am
U-l.ra.ka KmirMi ..a S:4(l am m nm
Denver Limited a 4:25 pm a 3:00 pm
Black liiils ana 4'ugei
Sound Express a 9:00 pm a 6:4$ am
t.ln..ln ITust Malt b l:OU nm a :17 em
Fort Crook and Platts-
mouth D:apm dii: am
Bellevua & Pacific Jot. .a 7:40 pm a 8:20 am
Belltvu 4s 1'aotno Jet. .a $.00 am
Kaateaa lliy. St. Juseiik as C'ouboII
Kansas City Dsy Ex. ...a M am a 6:0$ pm
New York-Rotterdam, via Boulogne, S. M.
New Twin-Screw a. s. of 13,ouo tous register.
sWe.merr'W R.nda.ll M.r.$9.A.M.
TmJerr Rotterdard APr..,,8A.M.
Steamer AMSTERDAM..,. Aiirtl 13, 10 A. M.
Apply to Harry Moorea, 1411 Farnn
street; J. 8. McNally, 1323 Farnam street;
H aY Jones, 1502 Farnam street: Louis
Neeae. First National Bank. Omaha,
CLi) FOUR SEPARATE AKO
Fast Twin-Screw Paitenirer Steamers
sailing weekly from Boston, Portland and
Montreal to Liverpool, slto Boston to
Mediterraocan port. Send for booklet,
"Mediterranean IlliuiraUdV' For rates, etc,
spply to local sgent or company' offica
Desrborn St., Chlcsgo. III.
Best tours. Lowest price.
Sail June lfeth and July
1st. Address Edwin Jones,
t Putnam Ave.. Brook
lyn, N. Y.
vlatlng England, Pram,
Tour July 1st,
cept Surday at 1:30 p. m. and 11 30 p. m.,
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